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All Weapons in Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania and How to Get Them

A new armory to choose from.

If you’re a Dead Cells player who has gotten themselves into the brand-new Return to Castlevania DLC expansion, then you must really be feeling the heat. This is a stuffed-to-the-gills expansion that offers players a ton of great content to get engrossed in. Whether it’s the large environments, the new costumes, enemies, or even the new armory of weapons, there’s no shortage of great new things to enjoy.

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But getting ahold of all of those new weapons that Motion Twin has implemented into the game with Return to Castlevania, it can be difficult to sort out what there is to find, and how t even get your hands on them in the first place. So, let’s talk about all of the weapons in Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania and how to get them!

All Weapons in Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania and How to Get Them

Every Weapon Available in Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania

  • Alucard’s Shield
  • Morning Star
  • Scythe
  • Vampire Killer
  • Cross
  • Snake Sword
  • Alucard’s Sword
  • Whip Sword
  • Medusa’s Head
  • Throwing Axe
  • Bible

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How to Get the New Weapons in Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania

When it comes to actually getting your mitts on any of these fine weapons, you’re going to need to grind the game a bit in order to either be rewarded with one from a boss fight or find randomly generated blueprints. You’ll need to pick up the blueprints in order to purchase them using Cells from Shanoa, who is located within the safe location between levels. She alone holds the power to give you those epic weapons.

You’ll want to play quite a bit in order to stretch the chances of you getting a blueprint since not all just drop at a specific time. Playing the Return to Castlevania DLC many times will increase the probability of finding one of these from an enemy drop or from one spawning around the environment naturally. Additionally, you could find one being sold by a vendor too.


So, now you know what all of the new weapons are in Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania as well as how you can get your hands on them! If this guide helped you out, then be sure to check out some of our other helpful guides for this new DLC as well, such as “Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania – How to Unlock Richter Mode and His Outfit”. And don’t forget to like Gamer Journalist on Facebook too in order to get all of the latest guides for Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania!

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